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NCJ Number: 40101 Find in a Library
Title: SECURITY TRAINING - A PROFESSIONAL APPROACH
Author(s): C D MCKEE; K I TWITCHELL; P T BIDOU
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 78
Sponsoring Agency: Criminal Justice Consultants
Benicia, CA 94510
Sale Source: Criminal Justice Consultants
P.O. Box 373
Benicia, CA 94510
United States of America
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: TRAINING MANUAL FOR PRIVATE SECURITY PERSONNEL, EMPHASIZING PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED FOR PERFORMING THEIR DUTIES AND THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS TO WHICH SECURITY PERSONNEL ARE SUBJECT.
Abstract: THE TEXT CONTAINS INFORMATION ON LEGAL PRINCIPLES PERTAINING TO THE FUNCTIONAL OPERATION OF SECURITY PERSONNEL IN THE AREAS OF DETENTION, ARREST, SEARCH AND SEIZURE, USE OF DEADLY FORCE, AND INTERVIEWING. ALSO COVERED IS THE PROPER USE OF REVOLVERS - REVOLVER SELECTION, BASIC MARKSMANSHIP, AND REVOLVER NOMENCLATURE....KAP
Index Term(s): Arrest and apprehension; Detention; Firearm training; Handguns; Interview and interrogation; Laws and Statutes; Private police; Search and seizure laws; Security; Self instructional materials
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